The UK’s most outstanding educational resources, suppliers, educators and institutions have been shortlisted for the Education Resource Awards (ERAs) 2011. Co-organised by the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA), the ERAs highlight the quality and diversity of educational products and resources, excellent educational establishments and the most inspiring members of the teaching profession, all working together to encourage the very best in education.

The Winners are:

Best Special Education Resource or Equipment – non ICT
The Dyscalculia Assessment Continuum (see Continuum blog)
Best Special Education Resource or Equipment – involving ICT
MyZone, Inclusive Technology
Best Early Years Resource or Equipment – non ICT
Bamboo Construction Set, TTS Group Ltd
Best Early Years Resource or Equipment – involving ICT
Hairy Letters, Net Educational Systems Ltd
Best Primary Resource or Equipment – non ICT
Rising Stars Story Cards, Rising Stars UK Ltd
Best Primary Resource or Equipment – involving ICT
Purple Mash, 2Simple Software
Best Secondary Resource or Equipment – non ICT
ECO Photopacks, ECO Publishing International
Best Secondary Resource or Equipment – involving ICT
alfie|qbank, Alfiesoft
Educational Book Award
Pip, Emas UK & Shoo Fly
Leadership in Education
Jason Smith, Manor Park School, Birmingham
Educational Establishment of the Year
Landsdowne Primary School, Cardiff
Education Exporter of the Year
Sunflower Learning
Supplier of the Year: with less than £1million annual turnover
Yellow Door
Supplier of the Year: with between £1million and £3million annual turnover
Smart Kids (UK) Ltd
Supplier of the Year: with over £3million annual turnover
The Consortium
Innovation Award
Maths-Whizz, Whizz Education
21st Century Learning Environment Award
WebPlay
Outstanding Achievement Award
Lorraine Petersen, CEO, nasen

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